Difference between revisions of "Clean Ambient Air Act Bulgaria 2006"

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|Policy objective=Mitigation, Air pollution
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|Type of policy instrument=Regulatory Instruments, Industrial air pollution standards, Vehicle air pollution standards
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|Policy description=The Clean Ambient Air Act regulates the limitation of emissions into the air from stationary sources and the quality requirements for liquid fuels - among others the activities directly related to GHG emissions. In addition, since 2008, Article 25 on Common methodology for emissions inventory specifically includes CO2, CH4 and N2O (plus relevant ODS and SF6) among the regulated substances.
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|Policy type=Changing activity, Energy efficiency, Renewables, Nuclear or CCS or fuel switch
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|Implementation state=Implemented
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|Date of decision=2006
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|High impact=No
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|Source or references=https://climate-laws.org/cclow/geographies/26/laws/1108
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Latest revision as of 12:53, 14 February 2020

Name of policy Clean Ambient Air Act
Jurisdiction Country
Supranational region
Country Bulgaria
Region Europe


Subnational region or state
City or local
Policy objective
  • Mitigation
  • Air pollution
Type of policy instrument
"Industrial air pollution standards" is not in the list of possible values (Information and education, Professional training and qualification, Performance label, Endorsement label, Comparison label, Advice or Aid in implementation, Information provision, Research & Development and Deployment (RD&D), Demonstration project, Research programme, Technology development, Technology deployment and diffusion, Climate strategy, Coordinating body for climate strategy, Formal & legally binding climate strategy, Formal & legally binding renewable energy target, Formal & legally binding energy efficiency target, Formal & legally binding GHG reduction target, Political & non-binding climate strategy, Political & non-binding renewable energy target, Political & non-binding energy efficiency target, Political & non-binding GHG reduction target, Target, Renewable energy target, GHG reduction target, Energy efficiency target, Regulatory Instruments, Obligation schemes, Monitoring, Codes and standards, Vehicle fuel-economy and emissions standards, Sectoral standards, Product standards, Building codes and standards, Auditing, Other mandatory requirements, Policy support, Institutional creation, Strategic planning, Voluntary Approaches, Negotiated Agreements (Public-private sector), Public Voluntary Schemes, Unilateral Commitments (Private sector), Barrier removal, Grid access and priority for renewables, Removal of fossil fuel subsidies, Net metering, Removal of split incentives (landlord tenant problem), Economic Instruments, Fiscal or financial incentives, Retirement premium, CO2 taxes, Energy and other taxes, Tax relief, Loans, Feed-in tariffs or premiums, Grants and subsidies, User charges, Tendering schemes, Market-based instruments, GHG emission reduction crediting and offsetting mechanism, Green certificates, GHG emissions allowances, White certificates, Direct investment, Infrastructure investments, Procurement rules, RD&D funding, Funds to sub-national governments, Vehicle air pollution standards‎, Industrial air pollution standards‎) for this property.
"Vehicle air pollution standards" is not in the list of possible values (Information and education, Professional training and qualification, Performance label, Endorsement label, Comparison label, Advice or Aid in implementation, Information provision, Research & Development and Deployment (RD&D), Demonstration project, Research programme, Technology development, Technology deployment and diffusion, Climate strategy, Coordinating body for climate strategy, Formal & legally binding climate strategy, Formal & legally binding renewable energy target, Formal & legally binding energy efficiency target, Formal & legally binding GHG reduction target, Political & non-binding climate strategy, Political & non-binding renewable energy target, Political & non-binding energy efficiency target, Political & non-binding GHG reduction target, Target, Renewable energy target, GHG reduction target, Energy efficiency target, Regulatory Instruments, Obligation schemes, Monitoring, Codes and standards, Vehicle fuel-economy and emissions standards, Sectoral standards, Product standards, Building codes and standards, Auditing, Other mandatory requirements, Policy support, Institutional creation, Strategic planning, Voluntary Approaches, Negotiated Agreements (Public-private sector), Public Voluntary Schemes, Unilateral Commitments (Private sector), Barrier removal, Grid access and priority for renewables, Removal of fossil fuel subsidies, Net metering, Removal of split incentives (landlord tenant problem), Economic Instruments, Fiscal or financial incentives, Retirement premium, CO2 taxes, Energy and other taxes, Tax relief, Loans, Feed-in tariffs or premiums, Grants and subsidies, User charges, Tendering schemes, Market-based instruments, GHG emission reduction crediting and offsetting mechanism, Green certificates, GHG emissions allowances, White certificates, Direct investment, Infrastructure investments, Procurement rules, RD&D funding, Funds to sub-national governments, Vehicle air pollution standards‎, Industrial air pollution standards‎) for this property.
  • Regulatory Instruments
    • Codes and standards
      • Industrial air pollution standards
      • Vehicle air pollution standards
Sector name
  • Electricity and heat
    • Industry
      • Transport
        Policy description The Clean Ambient Air Act regulates the limitation of emissions into the air from stationary sources and the quality requirements for liquid fuels - among others the activities directly related to GHG emissions. In addition, since 2008, Article 25 on Common methodology for emissions inventory specifically includes CO2, CH4 and N2O (plus relevant ODS and SF6) among the regulated substances.
        Policy type
        • Changing activity
        • Energy efficiency
        • Renewables
        • Nuclear or CCS or fuel switch4
        Policy stringency
        Implementation state Implemented
        Date of decision 2006
        Start date of implementation
        End date of implementation
        High impact No
        Impact indicator


        Source or references https://climate-laws.org/cclow/geographies/26/laws/1108

        http://www.res-legal.eu/search-by-country/bulgaria/sources/t/source/src/zchav/

        Supports policies
        Is supported by policies
        Comments (background and assessment)
        Status Final

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